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Electrical Strain Relief

When running cords to several different pieces of electrical equipment, contractors can run into problems with straining, which can impact the functionality of the cables. From strain created by the weight of electrical cords on sensitive connections, to the strain on the cable created from installations that require it to hang, strain is a real problem when running electrical wiring. These products from Grainger help prolong the life of cables in manufacturing plants by reducing the amount of force they must withstand.

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Typically in our product information there is a cord diameter or type of cable listed for the connectors. If you call us at 1-800-Grainger with the connectors you are looking at, we can be more specific.

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